What to Wear: Fall/Winter Senior Girl and Family {Saint Louis Senior and Family Photographer}

My sessions for the year are winding down.
But within the next two weeks I have my last senior session
and a few more family sessions.
So I thought today I would inspire you all!

First, my senior girls:

Senior Girl Style | Holly McCaig Seniors

Senior Girl Style | Holly McCaig Seniors by holly-mccaig featuring ruby jewelry

Here’s what I love about this outfit:

*COLOR! Fall and winter have blah colors all around for pictures taken outside, especially in parks or farms so you have to compensate for the color in your outfit.
If a picture doesn’t have a splash of color, it will look blah! This bright pink is awesome!
*Fall and winter sessions can be quite chilly–but this girl is going to rock her session with an adorable coat and scarf! (and not freeze in the process!)
*My only suggestion for this outfit is to have a back-up pair of shoes without heels
since fall can be rainy and heels sink straight down to the ground.

Now for my families:

Relaxed in Red
Relaxed in Red by loving-you-photography featuring lightweight shirts

Here’s what I love about this wardrobe selection:

*The outfits don’t’ match, but they do coordinate!
*It’s based off of a 4 color pallet–red, white, black, and grey.
*The mom’s outfit is pretty simple, so they spiced it up with red shoes and a necklace. Excellent!
If your outfit is drawing the attention, choose accessories that compliment but don’t steal the show.
In the same way, if your accessories are drawing the attention, choose an outfit that won’t overpower them.
*Red (like the pink above) is a great splash of color for fall and winter pictures.
*Red is especially a great color choice around the holidays. This family must be thinking about their Christmas cards!
*My suggestion for this wardrobe is to add a few more layers with a grey or black jacket for the boy or a grey vest for the dad.

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